What's New

 

The Neighborhood Violence Prevention Project Cure Violence (SNUG) Request for Applications is now available. The deadline for applications is 12:00pm (noon), Thursday, May 8, 2014.

 

Non-GMS questions regarding this RFA may be emailed to funding@dcjs.ny.gov through April 24, 2014. Please reference "Neighborhood Violence Prevention RFA" in the subject line of your email. On or about April 28, 2014, DCJS will post answers to the received questions on our webiste at http://www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/ofpa/newrfp.htm without identifying questioners.

Attachment 3 - Service Providers (Word) Attachment 4 - Major Grants (Word)
Attachment 5 - Budget Calculation Worksheet (Excel) Attachment 6 - Commitment to Use New York State Businesses (Word)

 

The Crime Analysis Centers Request for Applications is now available. The deadline for applications is 12:00pm (noon), Thursday, May 1, 2014.

 

Applicants may submit questions regarding this RFA to Les Hoffman, DCJS Program Manager, Office of Public Safety, via email at les.hoffman@dcjs.ny.gov. All questions must be received by 12:00pm (noon), Thursday, April 17, 2014. All questions and answers regarding this RFA will be shared with all eligible agencies via email by close of business Thursday, April 24, 2014.

Attachment 5 - Commitment to Use New York State Businesses (Word)

 

NOTICE:

Due to a technical procurement issue, the Division of Criminal Justice Services’ (DCJS) “Program Fidelity Assessment and Technical Assistance Services for Community-Based Criminal Justice Programs” Request for Proposals (RFP) is temporarily suspended.   A new RFP is expected to be released the week of April 28, 2014.

Please continue to monitor the DCJS website for updated information.

 

 

 

The 2012 Motor Vehicle Theft and Insurance Fraud Annual Report is available for download in PDF format.

The 2013 Motor Vehicle Theft Statewide Plan of Operation is available for download in PDF format.

The 2013 Motor Vehicle Insurance Fraud Statewide Plan of Operation is available for download in PDF format.

 

Of Note:

New York State is in the process of implementing the New York State Vendor File, a centralized repository to maintain timely and reliable information on all vendors registered to do business with the State. All grant award recipients MUST register with the Vendor File and receive a Vendor ID.  GMS Help staff are working to update GMS with those Vendor IDs already established by our grantees. If you have not registered your agency or organization for a NYS Vendor ID, or are not sure if your organization has a Vendor ID, visit the State Comptroller's Website for information on registration.
To determine if your Vendor ID has been entered into GMS, open any GMS Project you have with us. Go to the Participants Tab. Click on your Participant Name. The field for SFS Vendor ID is displayed along with other address and identifying information.

 

The 2010 JJAG Annual Report to the Governor "Tough on Crime" is now available.

 

All Not for Profit Grantees:

Please take note that future funding announcements will contain language requesting that your organization complete Vendor Responsibility information online via the VendRep system. More information can be found on NYS Comptroller’s site.

View DCJS Funding for your County.